Growing Character, Health and Income from the Ground Up!
National Men in Ag. Association
National Men In Ag. Association Director
Mr. Felix Derousselle was born in 1958, in Kansas City, Missouri. He graduated from Lillis High School in 1976. Following graduation, Mr. Derousselle joined the United States Marine Corps and served as a machine gunner. He is presently employed by the City of Edmond (a suburb of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma), as a Water Line Technician, Executive Director for Prepaid Legal, a Church Trustee at Paradise Baptist Church and serves as a security officer for an International Global Humanitarian Program.
Mr. Derousselle tangibly gives back several times a week in the community and most concerned with problems facing youth today. He is considered a positive male role model in the community that understands minority male issues... Additionally, Mr. Derousselle firmly believes that education and professionally structured community training programs are the keys to an individual’s health and success in life. He is the Chairmen of the 1st chapter of National Men Ag. Association (a subsidiary of National Women In Ag. Association (“NWIAA”)). He is committed to co-direct, teach, mentor, train and supports the youth consistently with NWIAA’s Headquarter team.
He oversees NWIAA's Community Gardens and grounds after his regular job of 8am - 5pm. Mr. Derousselle provides tractor lessons and farm equipment training to Hip Hop Producer Program participants. His passion is mentoring youth.
Mr. Derousselle's love of agriculture and concern for youth is a win-win for the community, the youth, government agencies, the organization and himself. It is his heart's desire to provide them with opportunities and services that will help them grow character, health and income from the ground up!
Mr. Derousselle is a devout Christian man and is a faithful member that makes a positive difference in society for many.